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Maria Lalou & Skafte Aymo-Boot 2013

In the same way there are regulations and rules defining which structures are of such cultural historical value that they can be listed as monuments, other regulations and rules are often the reason for the unfinished state of the buildings. Adjustments and changes to laws relevant to the building during years of being left as a concrete skeleton create a legal impasse making it impossible to finish the construction, practically forever conserving the concrete state of the building. This creates the condition of the anti-monument.